I seriously wasn’t. I just stopped at GC to grab some extra strings for my daughter, because she just started playing and broke a couple trying to tune it. We’re now working on learning how to better use a tuner. Lol. Anyhow, I take a stroll through the acoustic room, and see this in the used section for $159. So I pick it up and strum a G chord. I put it down, cause I’m a little disturbed by how it sounds. I look at it sitting on the stand for what feels like an eternity, daring myself to pick it back up. I pick it back up. I had to have imagined what I just heard. Strum another open G. Check the label. No, it’s not mislabeled. It’s a cheap guitar. FG820. Made in China. Check it over. Neck angle good. Nut is a little high, they always are. Lots of adjustment room there and at the saddle. No cracks or breaks or scratches. Hmmmmm… strum G/C/D. Dammit. Now I own it. Im a big Yamaha fan. Always have been. They’re always an exceptional “bang for your buck” company. But this is just ridiculous. I brought it home and knocked the nut and saddle down just a hair, and put some new phosphors on. My new campfire/beater guitar is pretty amazing! I’m not gonna sit here and say it’s as good or better than a Martin D28 or a nice Taylor, and it definitely doesn’t compete with my Cole Clark. But for $159 it’s simply astounding.